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Policies & guidelines

Editing services

To further develop the support we already offer authors at all stages of their careers, Taylor & Francis has collaborated with Editage, a global scholarly communications company, to provide a new and improved selection of editing services.

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Editor Code of Conduct

The Editor of a journal plays a vital role in advancing knowledge within fields of research. To support this role, our Code of Conduct sets out the minimum standards for all Taylor & Francis/Routledge Editors who have responsibility for decisions on journal content to help ensure our journals publish quality, trustworthy content.

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Editorial independence

We aim to produce information, news, insight, data analysis and content based services of the highest quality, accuracy and integrity that our customers can trust and value.

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The GDPR is a new European Union regulation designed to give individuals in the EU control over the personal data held by organisations. Find out how it affects you as a journal editor.

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Images and figures

Our policies on the use of images or figures apply to all Taylor & Francis Group journals, with specific considerations for AHSS and STM research.

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Misconduct

Taylor & Francis takes all forms of misconduct seriously and will take all necessary action, in accordance with COPE guidelines, to protect the integrity of the scholarly record.

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